Do you know if your computer is AGP or if it's PCI-E? If you don't know, you can run SIW
(it's free!) to find out. Look under the "Videoprocessor" and it should tell you if it's AGP or PCI-E.
It won't cost you a lot of money to upgrade from that 5200. If you want to stick with Nvidia, then I'd go with the 6600 GT (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16814140048
[/url] version and PCI-E
version, both from newegg.com). Good clock speeds, and they'll run pretty much any game out there (except maybe the top games in the higher resolution, like F.E.A.R. at the highest resolution setting). Both cards are about $100 (without shipping).
If you dare shop on Ebay, they'll run maybe $20-$50 cheaper.
Hope this helps!
If there's any more questions, let us know!
Edited by stevealmighty, 01 December 2006 - 01:51 PM.
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